Webinar: Implementing the PSC Framework for protecting worker mental health

Topic
Implementing the PSC Framework for protecting worker mental health
Start Date
08 December 2020
End Date
08 December 2020
Start Time
12:00PM AEDT
End Time
1:00PM AEDT
Venue
Online
Contact Name
Events Team
Contact Phone
02 8875 7820
Contact Email
events@nsca.org.au
Max. Attendees
500
Who Can Register?
Anyone

Registrations are now open for Implementing the PSC Framework for protecting worker mental health. This webinar will explore how the PSC Framework can be implemented, its impact on psychosocial working conditions and how it will improve psychological health and engagement in the workplace.


IMPLEMENTING THE PSC FRAMEWORK FOR PROTECTING WORKER MENTAL HEALTH

The Psychosocial Safety Climate (PSC) Framework delivers an evidence-based method for risk assessment and intervention design for best practice psychosocial hazard management. PSC concerns priorities, policies, practices and procedures to prevent stress and protect psychological health. It is a lead indicator for job design and management contexts that impact worker health and organisational productivity outcomes.

The presenters will discuss how the PSC Framework can be implemented, its impact on psychosocial working conditions and how it will improve psychological health and engagement in the workplace.

 

Meet the Presenters
 
       

 

Dr Tessa Bailey, Organisational Psychology Consultant & Research Fellow, Centre for Workplace Excellence, University of South Australia

Dr Tessa Bailey is a registered psychologist who completed her PhD focusing on Psychosocial Safety Climate (PSC) and psychosocial factors at work for which she received the 2019 Ian Davey Award for the most outstanding PhD thesis at the University of South Australia. She has experience working in the areas of human resource management, injury preventions, and injury management. Dr Bailey has assisted with coordinating the Australian Workplace Barometer project since 2011 which has collected data on working conditions, worker health, and productivity outcomes for over 7000 workers across Australia. Dr Bailey’s current appointment as a Research Fellow and Consultant Psychologist at the Centre for Workplace Excellence involves building the capacity of Workforce Health and Safety systems to provide a safe environment, protect worker health, and promote wellbeing.

 

       

 

Professor Maureen Dollard, Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow, Director of the PSC Observatory, University of South Australia and Honorary Professor at the University of Nottingham

Professor Maureen Dollard is an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow, Director of the PSC Observatory, University of South Australia and Honorary Professor at the University of Nottingham. She is the recipient of the 2020 ARC Kathleen Fitzpatrick Award. Her applied research concerns workplace psychosocial factors and she has published many papers and edited books on the topic. Maureen is a board member of the International Commission on Occupational Health, and is on the editorial board for Work and Stress, the Journal of Organizational Behavior, and the European Journal of Work & Organisational Psychology, and is past foundation president of the Asia Pacific Academy for Psychosocial Factors at Work. Prof Dollard holds a PhD on the topic of work stress and works closely with industry to prevent risks to worker psychological health, safety and productivity. She is the founder of the Australian Workplace Barometer, the StressCafé (stresscafe.com.au) and Psychosocial Safety Climate (PSC) theory.


Registration information:

Please note for webinars there is a two step registration process.

1) Register using the link above, you will receive an automatic confirmation email

2) The day before the webinar, you will receive a reminder email with a link to directly register with the webinar software. The details on the second registration must match the original registration.

Date: Tuesday, 8 December 2020

Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm AEDT

RSVP: by COB, Monday, 7 December 2020

Location: Online

Cost: FREE for NSCA Foundation members | $50 non-members

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